This medieval Church of England church is part of the Diocese of Ely. Parts of the building, such as the nave and south door, date to the 12th Century, the chancel was rebuilt in the early 13th and the tower added in the 14th century. Much of the church was restored in the 19th century, including the porch. The tower houses a peal of 6 bells which are rung regularly by local and visiting ringers.
Sunday services are held at 10.30am as follows:
|1st Sunday||Community Service|
|2nd Sunday||Morning Prayer|
|3rd Sunday||Holy Communion (BCP)|
|4th Sunday||Parish Eucharist|
If there is a 5th Sunday in the month we join with our wider group of Church of England parishes: Whittlesford, Hinxton, Ickleton and Duxford. The churches take turns to host the 5th Sunday service.
St John the Baptist is also part of the Whittlesford and Pampisford Local Ecumenical Partnership with the URC.
Take a walk around the church and you can see some interesting features: